Project Details

Student Perspectives on Outcomes: Insights for Course Development within OBL and 335 Frameworks

This study approaches the questions, to what degree can the intended outcomes in a course be identified by students? Further, are there differences between instructors’ and students’ perceptions of the appropriateness and utility of the course outcomes? Research is conducted through a complementary methodology using ANOVA, qualitative coding, and cluster analysis. This project aims to produce findings that may inform course outcomes construction across the institute, enrich the research and knowledge about OBL and student-centered learning in professional practice, and contribute to the Hong Kong and international context of outcomes-based higher education.

Commencement Date : 2010/2
Completion Date : 2011/8
Chief Investigator(s) : DENEEN CHRISTOPHER CHARLES #
Co-Investigator(s) : BROWN GAVIN THOMAS LUMSDEN #
Dr LAM, Bick Har 林碧霞 [C&I]
Prof TSUI, Kwok Tung 徐國棟 [C&I,FEHD]
Keyword(s) : Outcome-based   student evaluation   learner centered   curriculum design  




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